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It's hard to find good graphic design. The really good studios you can count on one hand... But there is a new one stepping up, the collective Hugo & Marie based in NYC.
Sadly, we had to learn, that Manuel Schoch, just has past away. He and his Time Therapy Institute where our very first clients, from back in 1999, till now. Rest in peace.
The air ship is developed by LaChLuVe and was captured this October at a Airship Fair in Richtershafen, Germany. It uses the principals of locomotion to move.
A good summary about the troubles with sex, ass and falun gong.
We have finally completed our website: www.etterstudio.com. Feel free to comment.
Bronco is from Germany.
Parra is my favorite Illustrator since the first encounter a few years ago. Since then, his work spreads around the globe, luckily, so we can see more of his colorful illustration skills.
Public Engineering from Stockholm, Sweden. Seen on Vimeo.
Daniel has sent an e-mail, pointing out this marvellous piece of engineering: The Corpus Clock. Lovely introduced by its inventor John Taylor. The time is eleven o'clock precisely.
This little interaction was developed around a year ago. Go and dance your self: www.etterstudio.com/lab/mouse/
PS: What's quite interesting about this interaction is that the brain can control the mirrored mouse movements after practising for about a minute.
I'm not against coping (there can be something very beautiful and complimenting about it), but it becomes strange when somebody sells an idea with a lot of hype and then you have to find out that it's not an original idea...
Happened so with Roel Wouters' Sally from 2005, which was done exactly the same way by Gysin-Vanetti, already in 2003.
The amount of Dollars payed by the American tax payers for their unsound property credits. It's a seven and eleven zeros. It's about 2300 dollars per US citizen, children and pensioners included.
These are two swiss bloods doing some exceptional work, just like Colour Flap.
Great style by Cristiana Couceiro. She as well lives and works in Lisboa, Portugal.
Fred wrote an e-mail to advertise his Illustrator-friend, 'one of Portugal's most talented and prolific illustrators', he says. And here he is: João Fazenda!
In times of crises people look for sound explanations. Here are some answers, performed by John Bird and John Fortune in Ocotber 2007.
This is a very simple and effective solution to clean drinking water: Contaminated water is filled into transparent plastic bottles and exposed to full sunlight for six hours.
Sunlight is treating the contaminated water through two synergetic mechanisms: Radiation in the spectrum of UV-A (wavelength 320-400nm) and increased water temperature. If the water temperatures raises above 50°C, the disinfection process is three times faster. More information here: www.sodis.ch
Today feeling like Luke Best's illustration.
Here again, the very famous short film, written and directed by Ray Eames and her husband, Charles Eames in 1977.